Sunday, February 26, 2012

Mittens' Zionist philosophy would lead to a regional middle eastern war

During the Republican debate in AZ, Mittens said:
Every communication we've had so far is that he does not want Israel to take action; that he opposes military action. This is a president who should have, instead, communicated to Iran that we are prepared, that we are considering military options; they're not just on the table, they are in our hand.
Romney ludicrously suggested that Iran could give fissile material to Hezbollah and Hamas.

Then the material could be brought into Latin America and potentially then into the United States to let off dirty bombs or even more sophisticated bombs.

What in the world was Mitt Romney smoking when he came up with that scenario?

Ron Paul seems to be the only GOP candidate who has any grasp of international relations.

Rightardia agrees with Russia Today. Israel lacks the capability to attack Iran and would need US B-2 bomber and KC-10 tanker support to pull off an attack. Such an attack would lead to an expensive regional war in the near east.

Neo-conservatives have laready dragged the US into the $ one trillion Iraq War on behalf of Israel. Do we really want to travel down that same road again for an unreliable ally like Israel?

Mittens is all wet on providing a military option to Israel. The US has little to gain in such a risky venture.

Iran is not a threat to the US. Romney's suggestion of a US  attack by Hamas or Hezbollah is ridiculous and just another example of GOP fear pandering.

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